After the appearance of the new sedan model, ET5 was exposed on Twitter on the 14th of last month, and outlook was revealed at the Olympics Sports Center in Suzhou on the 18th, the China electric vehicle manufacturer NIO Inc.
Another source leaked- the new ET7 may be officially opened for a test drive before the Chinese New Year, offering a great gift to all NIO fans.
First of all, the picture shared by @德鹵愛開車 yesterday shows the insurance of an NIO’s ET7, and the insurance item is speculated to be the test drive of the ET7.
Then, through the photos shown in the post posted by @肉肉爸比ev, you can see that the ET7’s dashboard is different from the SUV series, which adopts an embedded design, but adopts a suspended dashboard configuration.
According to previous information released, the ET7 instrument option provides a 10.2-inch HDR screen, and the central control screen is a 12.8-inch AMOLED screen. At present, the central console can be seen as NIO’s NT2 system Banyan system. However, the overall user interface is similar to the NT1 system Aspen. Still, it is reported that Banyan will have present impressive operation animation.
The ET7 is about 5 meters long and has a wheelbase of 3.06 meters, similar to the Tesla Model S flagship electric sedan. The peak power of the front and rear motors of the ET7 can bring a synergy of 480kW, 850 Nm of torque and 650 horsepower.
According to the official data, its 0-100 km/h acceleration takes only 3.9 seconds. The interior uses various environmentally friendly materials to create a distinctive top texture. The extra points of the car are like a double-insulated sunroof, front and rear mute glass, ambient lighting, heated and ventilated massage functions for the front and rear seats, and 23 speakers to create a 7.1.4 channel and 1,000W of total power, and these advanced equipment are standard items on this model.
Most notably, the ET7 is also equipped with NOMI, an artificial intelligence vehicle assistant that can show expressions to enhance user experience.
NIO’s ET7 is currently expected to be locked for orders on January 20, with deliveries starting March 28.